Low Back Pain
\ˈlō\ bak\ pān\
This is a sign of pain that is musculoskeletal in origin. It could be a symptom of another illness, such as kidney disease, an aneurysm, or a pelvic infection. It is believed that approximately 80 percent of us will suffer from low back pain at some point in our lives. In most cases, a mechanical misalignment in one of the lumbar spine’s segments is the reason for the pain.